A FORMER Halesowen pub's beer garden is still up for sale more than a year after it went on the market.

The former Nelson Pub's beer garden on Hagley Road, at the corner of Highfield Lane is up for offers around £195k.

It was up for offers over £230k last November but the price has been slashed.

Plans are being drawn up for "multiple blocks of apartments" on the site, but there is no planning permission in place.

The pub building has already been converted into flats.

The listing states that to the rear of the land there is a car park - which is also available to purchase or rent on a long lease - this must be negotiated separately.

Sales notes state the 3,638 sq/ft beer garden site is a "fantastic opportunity to purchase this parcel of land situated close to Halesowen Town Centre."

They go on: "The land was the beer garden to the former former Nelson Public House which itself was converted to apartments in recent years.

"The land does not currently have planning permission associated with it however the vendor has instructed architects plans for a multiple block of apartments in order to assess the suitability/volume of any potential development (subject to planning).

"These plans are available at the Bloore King & Kavanagh Office in Halesowen."

It is being marketed by Bloore King & Kavanagh.